Herbert Marcuse
Herbert Marcuse
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How the 1960s institutionalized us: The long march of the cultural revolution has succeeded beyond its wildest dreams

SpectatorWorld article by Roger Kimball.

In the context of Western societies, “the long march through the institutions” signified — in Marcuse’s words — “working against the established institutions while working in them.” It is primarily by this means — insinuation and infiltration rather than confrontation — that the radicals have triumphed.

The original article by Roger Kimball is The Two Souls of Marcuse’s One-Dimensional Man.

Index entries: Kimball, Roger Eros and Civilization Long March narcissism
Updated: 2022-01-03